History on the Move: Views, Interviews and Essays on Armenian Issues

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Wayne State University Press, 1999 - History - 281 pages
This work brings together a collection of essays and articles by Edmond Y. Azadian, written on a range of Armenian issues since the end of World War II. Azadian, a journalist and commentator on Armenian international issues, is an important figure in the Armenian national consciousness.
 

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Contents

Address to the Parliament of Armenia
2
The Ravages of Pollution in Armenia
8
Dateline Karabagh
15
Levon Ter Petrossian
24
In the Aftermath of Armenias Presidential Election
32
Armenia in the Family of Nations
38
Should Fate Strike Once Again
46
An Imminent Threat to Armenia
53
The Stalemate
124
The Karabagh Issue Must Be Addressed by the Powers
130
The Murderous Duplicity Continues
137
The Controversy over the Presidential Elections in Karabagh
143
Favors We Can Live Without
152
The Solarz Phenomenon
162
Is Secretary of State Christopher Conducting an EvenHanded Policy?
170
Azerbaijans Fragile EthnoPolitical Mosaic
176

Crying Wolf on the Turkish Border
59
The Specter of War over Armenia
67
There Is No Substitute for Peace
75
The Georgian Factor in the Caucasian Equation
81
Too Soon to Take Comfort
87
A Breakthrough
94
The Turkish Blockade
101
Armenias Independence Day
108
Armenias Foreign and Domestic Policies
115
The Gathering of the Storm
121
Caspian Sea Oil
183
a Political Perspective
195
Beware of the Bear Hug
204
Catholicos Karekin II
213
An Uncertain Legacy
227
Dr Jack Kevorkian
233
Oakland County Prosecutor Richard Thompson
245
US Diplomat Cautiously Pessimistic on Karabagh Conflict
255
Cautious Optimism on Peace Prospect
265
A Challenge to the Deniers of the Armenian Genocide
273

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About the author (1999)

An administrative assistant to the chairman of the board of the Masco Corporation.

Hacikyan is a Canadian university professor and writer of Armenian descent.

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